Kyle and Jackie O return to radio

Jackie O and KyleKyle and Jackie O returned to the airwaves today, apologising for a disastrous lie detector stunt and promising it would never happen again.The pair’s top-rating morning radio show was in recess for two weeks following a live segment in which a 14-year-old girl strapped to a lie detector revealed she’d been raped as a 12-year-old.Sandilands and Henderson sounded contrite on their return this morning, thanking their “thousands of supporters”, but apologising for hurting the girl’s family and their audience.”We have had time to reflect on it and it’s pretty obvious the whole thing was a disaster from start to finish,” Sandilands said.”We do sincerely apologise to the family once again and to any listeners we offended.”The show now includes a time delay and all interactive segments will be pre-recorded.Henderson said nothing like last month’s stunt would occur again.”I think everyone on the show has learned form this mistake and we’re sincerely sorry and we’ve put everything in place now that we’re confident it won’t happen again,” she said.But controversy has followed Sandilands and Henderson.The family of a toddler left brain-damaged in a near-drowning earlier this year claims 2Day FM did not follow through on an on-air appeal that raised $150,000 back in March.Joshua Koman’s mother, Wendy Climpson, told Channel Nine yesterday the radio station left her to collect the donations and would not help when only $50,200 worth of pledges was honoured.Ms Climpson also revealed Sandilands only paid $20,000 of the $35,000 he promised.Sandilands’ manager said his client would pay the remainder in instalments.2DayFM management said in a statement the show was “extraordinarily disappointed the pledges haven’t been fulfilled we have done everything we can to encourage people to meet the pledges”. smh南京夜网.au
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